Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a magical and enchanting moral tale of kindness prevailing, wrapped up in an eccentric, sugar coated world of imagination
Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a theatrical disaster panto crammed with slapstick calamities and magic misadventures. The production is framed around the JM Barrie classic and follows the formula that delighted past audiences with The Play That Goes Wrong, from the same creators Mischief Worldwide Theatre Company.
A perfect match of star and show, Evita benefits mightily from the powerhouse vocals and intense presence of Tina Arena.
Wickedly witty, The Book of Mormon pokes fun at the seemingly un-pokeable and ultimately manages to leave the audience with the cheerfully uncomfortable warm fuzzies. It’s also fantastic to see homegrown Australian talent holding their own (and killing it) alongside the Broadway greats.
Andrew Lloyd Webber would have been over the rainbow with the Sydney premiere of The Wizard of Oz. From the moment the stage curtains opened, the audience was captivated.
The night started with two twenty-something girls who had no clue who Carole King was (don’t judge us!) and ended up with two brand new super fans, striding out of the theatre arm in arm, belting ‘You’ve Got a Friend’ and wistfully longing we could transport back to 1960s Brooklyn.